This isn't my normal bike. It's not what I normally ride on, at least not until this point. I've always written about, photographed and talked about mountain biking. It's a passion more than anything else and has been such a benefit to my own wellbeing - both
Product photography is one of my favourite disciplines of photography. Especially so when it's done right. It's taken me a while to get anywhere near happy with the quality of my shots but, slowly and surely, I'm starting to feel happier and happier with them (although
Energy drinks are synonymous with mountain biking. I mean, Red Bull even has its own TV channel. Between those that give you wiiiings (or however they're spelling it nowadays), Monster, and Rockstar there are plenty of big names in mountain biking on the list of people
Anthill have made some exceptional mountain biking films over the years. I'm a sucker for a well-played out story and some excellent cinematics to help it come to life. Of Anthill films, I think the fun and enjoyment of Not Bad perhaps makes it my favourite.
"Once this is all over, we'll get out on a mega ride." A few people have said that to me now. It seems a common thread in conversations in Instagram DMs, across WhatsApp groups, and on Twitter. The weather has finally turned and it'd normally be prime
Unusual times means that there's all sorts of things going on in the world which aren't normal. Not being able to have mates round is strange. Minimal contact altogether is weird. So, sat here in my office, alone, I figured I'd try to make the best
Back-lit photography can be extraordinary but can also be very challenging. For a while now, I've really struggled when subjects are directly lit from behind. It poses the problem that the detail can be lost in the front of the subject. When it comes to bikes,